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  • 03/17/20
    CANCELLED: Pour at the Park South - Saturday, May 30, 2020

    The safety of our staff and park visitors is of our utmost concern as we navigate through these unprecedented times. Due to the rapidly changing effect COVID-19 is having on our region, and following the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and Allegheny County, the Allegheny County Parks…

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  • 03/17/20
    COVID-19 Statement by Allegheny County Parks Foundation Executive Director Caren Glotfelty

    March 17, 2020 To our friends and visitors,  The Allegheny County Parks Foundation is concerned about the health and well-being of everyone who visits the parks for recreation and enjoyment throughout the year. As we all navigate the implications of COVID-19, Allegheny County’s nine parks remain open and offer…

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  • 01/29/20
    Bethel Park teen earns Gold Award from South Park project

    Little did Molly Hoffman know when she joined the Daisy Girl Scouts in kindergarten that she’d eventually earn the highest honor the Girl Scouts offered – the Gold Award. But that’s exactly what the Bethel Park senior has accomplished. She constructed a vernal pool for amphibians in South Park…

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  • 10/29/19
    Scenic Waterfall Trail in Settlers Cabin Park Reopens with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    October 29, 2019 County, Parks Foundation Celebrate Ribbon Cutting for Waterfall Trail  PITTSBURGH – County Executive Rich Fitzgerald was joined today by Council Member Pat Catena, Caren Glotfelty, Allegheny County County Parks Foundation Executive Director and Steven Wood, REI Programs Coordinator, in a ribbon-cutting to open the redesigned, scenic…

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  • 10/01/19
    Allegheny Regional Asset District approves special funding for Hartwood Acres Sculpture Garden

    As part of a 25th anniversary celebration of the Allegheny Regional Asset District funding program, Allegheny County was selected as one of 12 grant recipients to bring "bold, forward-looking, creative projects" to the region.  Allegheny County and the Pittsburgh Parks Conservatory submitted a joint proposal to bring art to the…

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  • 07/31/19
    Local teen tries out the Citizen Scientist program!

    Jane Grabowski is entering her senior year at Carlynton High School soon and decided to spend a little time this summer giving back before her hectic schedule kicks in. She recently became a Citizen Scientist for the Allegheny County Parks Foundation and helped count fireflies – also known as lightening…

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  • 05/22/19
    Summer Evening Walks at the Indian Hill Meadow at Boyce Park. Mark your calendar and register here.

    Thursday Evenings at the Indian Hill Meadow July 11, August 22, September 12 6:30-7:30 pm WHERE:   Entry garden, Indian Hill Meadow, Centerview Drive, Boyce Park COST:   Free    SIZE:   20 people maximum REGISTER:   Email info@acparksfoundation.org with your name and phone number or call 724-327-7627 This is your opportunity to learn…

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